11 alternate universes we’d rather be living in

Considering the current state of the world’s affairs, gaming offers many alternate universes that could be so much better. Below are some of our top picks for worlds we would rather exist in at the moment. 1. The Nintendogs+cats Universe There’s this very real and totally not made up law in the universe called “Ash’s law”. Ash’s law is an epigram that is typically stated as: Even … Continue reading 11 alternate universes we’d rather be living in

Awesome Unknown: The Cave

The last thing I expected to happen when buying this game was to be taught morals by an omnipotent crevice. The Cave allows you to spelunk as three of seven characters and traverse sections that are unique to each character, supposedly teaching each one a lesson on why killing people to get what you want is often a bad idea. Each character’s storylines are detailed … Continue reading Awesome Unknown: The Cave

Awesome Unknown: NieR

Written and directed by self-proclaimed weirdo Yoko Taro, NieR is one of the most brilliant, mind-boggling JRPGs to launch in the past generation. A sequel to the Drakengard series, taking place over 1000 years after the fifth ending of the original Drakengard, NieR is a standalone experience with numerous strings connecting itself to Taro’s previous work—including fan-translated novels, other games and even stage plays. Set … Continue reading Awesome Unknown: NieR

Awesome Unknown – Valiant Hearts: The Great War

War! War in games has mostly been glorified. Sure a few games have tried to explain that war is bad and you should be ashamed of yourself if you think otherwise, but I believe that no game has shown that war is hell as realistically as Valiant Hearts: The Great War. Developed by Ubisoft Montpellier, Valiant Hearts is set in 1914, as war breaks out throughout … Continue reading Awesome Unknown – Valiant Hearts: The Great War

Review: Wet

Bethesda’s take on a gun-slingin’ shoot’em up mayhem! I never thought the day would come where Bethesda would publish a game not worthy to brand its own name. WET is a severe disappointment, the black sheep of the family compared to iconic Bethesda productions like Elder Scrolls: Skyrim or Fallout 3. As shoot ‘em ups go, it does provide quite a challenge whether the difficulty … Continue reading Review: Wet